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ID:CON_01527206Referencia Original:CATERS_SEA_LITTER_ARTISTS_IMPRESAutor:PDO-90211974Instrucciones:Available worldwideOrigen:Caters News AgencyCopyright:2018 © PDO-90211974 / Caters News Agency / CONTACTOPie de Imagen:Pic by Paulo Di Oliviera/ARDEA/Caters News - (Pictured: Atlantic bobtail, Sepiola atlantica, latching onto a cotton swab. This small squid feed usually on young fish and other small animals. He grabbed itself on this cotton swab thinking it was something edible and Its probably trying to gnaw the plastic tube.) - Shocking images of animals being strangled by discarded nets and gorging on plastic rubbish have been released as a stark warning of the damage caused by human waste.A crab eating a cotton bud, a baby seal choking on a fishing net and a turtle munching on a polystyrene cup all feature in the series of composite pictures created by Paulo de Oliveira. Other images show a whale gorging on plastic bags and a fish eating the remnants of a coffee cup while swimming through a sea of garbage.The 64-year-old from Portugal combined several images to create each disturbing composite picture.The former advertising executive turned professional diver and photographer has created the series as a stark warning of the damage being done to our oceans.SEE CATERS COPY. *** Local Caption *** Pic by Paulo Di Oliviera/ARDEA/Caters News - (Pictured: Atlantic bobtail, Sepiola atlantica, latching onto a cotton swab. This small squid feed usually on young fish and other small animals. He grabbed itself on this cotton swab thinking it was something e
ID:CON_01527207Referencia Original:CATERS_SEA_LITTER_ARTISTS_IMPRESAutor:PDO-90211967Instrucciones:Available worldwideOrigen:Caters News AgencyCopyright:2018 © PDO-90211967 / Caters News Agency / CONTACTOPie de Imagen:Pic by Paulo Di Oliviera/ARDEA/Caters News - (Pictured: Cotton swab inside a Comb jelly, Beroe cucumis. This transparent animal its a planktonic predator that mostly feeds on other comb jellies that are pulled into the large mouth and swallowed whole.) - Shocking images of animals being strangled by discarded nets and gorging on plastic rubbish have been released as a stark warning of the damage caused by human waste.A crab eating a cotton bud, a baby seal choking on a fishing net and a turtle munching on a polystyrene cup all feature in the series of composite pictures created by Paulo de Oliveira. Other images show a whale gorging on plastic bags and a fish eating the remnants of a coffee cup while swimming through a sea of garbage.The 64-year-old from Portugal combined several images to create each disturbing composite picture.The former advertising executive turned professional diver and photographer has created the series as a stark warning of the damage being done to our oceans.SEE CATERS COPY. *** Local Caption *** Pic by Paulo Di Oliviera/ARDEA/Caters News - (Pictured: Cotton swab inside a Comb jelly, Beroe cucumis. This transparent animal its a planktonic predator that mostly feeds on other comb jellies that are pulled into the large mouth and swallowed whole.) - S
ID:CON_01527205Referencia Original:CATERS_SEA_LITTER_ARTISTS_IMPRESAutor:Paulo de OliveiraOrigen:Caters News AgencyCopyright:2018 © Paulo de Oliveira / Caters News Agency / CONTACTOPie de Imagen:Pic by Paulo Di Oliviera/ARDEA/Caters News - (Pictured: Titan triggerfish, Balistoides viridescens, eating a plastic object. A lot of sea animals ingest plastic garbage because they think its edible food. Huge amount of plastic garbage at the surface and in midwater. Thilafushi Island. Maldives) - Shocking images of animals being strangled by discarded nets and gorging on plastic rubbish have been released as a stark warning of the damage caused by human waste.A crab eating a cotton bud, a baby seal choking on a fishing net and a turtle munching on a polystyrene cup all feature in the series of composite pictures created by Paulo de Oliveira. Other images show a whale gorging on plastic bags and a fish eating the remnants of a coffee cup while swimming through a sea of garbage.The 64-year-old from Portugal combined several images to create each disturbing composite picture.The former advertising executive turned professional diver and photographer has created the series as a stark warning of the damage being done to our oceans.SEE CATERS COPY. *** Local Caption *** Pic by Paulo Di Oliviera/ARDEA/Caters News - (Pictured: Titan triggerfish, Balistoides viridescens, eating a plastic object. A lot of sea animals ingest plastic garbage because they think its edible food. Huge amount of plastic garbage at the surface and i
ID:CON_01527204Referencia Original:CATERS_SEA_LITTER_ARTISTS_IMPRESAutor:PDO-90212881Instrucciones:Available worldwideOrigen:Caters News AgencyCopyright:2018 © PDO-90212881 / Caters News Agency / CONTACTOPie de Imagen:Pic by Paulo Di Oliviera/ARDEA/Caters News - (Pictured: Hawaiian monk seal, Neomonachus schauinslandi, playing with empty plastic bottle on a beach covered with plastic garbage. All this garbage was brought by the sea currents from afar; even from continents on the other side of the world.) - Shocking images of animals being strangled by discarded nets and gorging on plastic rubbish have been released as a stark warning of the damage caused by human waste.A crab eating a cotton bud, a baby seal choking on a fishing net and a turtle munching on a polystyrene cup all feature in the series of composite pictures created by Paulo de Oliveira. Other images show a whale gorging on plastic bags and a fish eating the remnants of a coffee cup while swimming through a sea of garbage.The 64-year-old from Portugal combined several images to create each disturbing composite picture.The former advertising executive turned professional diver and photographer has created the series as a stark warning of the damage being done to our oceans.SEE CATERS COPY. *** Local Caption *** Pic by Paulo Di Oliviera/ARDEA/Caters News - (Pictured: Hawaiian monk seal, Neomonachus schauinslandi, playing with empty plastic bottle on a beach covered with plastic garbage. All this garbage was brought by the sea currents from afar; even from contine
ID:CON_01527203Referencia Original:CATERS_SEA_LITTER_ARTISTS_IMPRESAutor:PDO-90212900Instrucciones:Available worldwideOrigen:Caters News AgencyCopyright:2018 © PDO-90212900 / Caters News Agency / CONTACTOPie de Imagen:Pic by Paulo Di Oliviera/ARDEA/Caters News - (Pictured: Whale shark, Rhincodon typus, feeding in the midle of plastic bags and other platic garbage. Plastic bags and a lot of other plastic garbage drift through oceans driven by wind and ocean currents.) -Shocking images of animals being strangled by discarded nets and gorging on plastic rubbish have been released as a stark warning of the damage caused by human waste.A crab eating a cotton bud, a baby seal choking on a fishing net and a turtle munching on a polystyrene cup all feature in the series of composite pictures created by Paulo de Oliveira. Other images show a whale gorging on plastic bags and a fish eating the remnants of a coffee cup while swimming through a sea of garbage.The 64-year-old from Portugal combined several images to create each disturbing composite picture.The former advertising executive turned professional diver and photographer has created the series as a stark warning of the damage being done to our oceans.SEE CATERS COPY. *** Local Caption *** Pic by Paulo Di Oliviera/ARDEA/Caters News - (Pictured: Whale shark, Rhincodon typus, feeding in the midle of plastic bags and other platic garbage. Plastic bags and a lot of other plastic garbage drift through oceans driven by wind and ocean currents.) -S
ID:CON_01527202Referencia Original:CATERS_SEA_LITTER_ARTISTS_IMPRESAutor:PDO-90211971Instrucciones:Available worldwideOrigen:Caters News AgencyCopyright:2018 © PDO-90211971 / Caters News Agency / CONTACTOPie de Imagen:Pic by Paulo Di Oliviera/ARDEA/Caters News - (Pictured: Swimming crab, Polybius henslowii, eating the cotton from a used cotton swab that he found floating in mid water. Those crabs swim in pelagic swarms and feed on sardines, squid and other animals.) - Shocking images of animals being strangled by discarded nets and gorging on plastic rubbish have been released as a stark warning of the damage caused by human waste.A crab eating a cotton bud, a baby seal choking on a fishing net and a turtle munching on a polystyrene cup all feature in the series of composite pictures created by Paulo de Oliveira. Other images show a whale gorging on plastic bags and a fish eating the remnants of a coffee cup while swimming through a sea of garbage.The 64-year-old from Portugal combined several images to create each disturbing composite picture.The former advertising executive turned professional diver and photographer has created the series as a stark warning of the damage being done to our oceans.SEE CATERS COPY. *** Local Caption *** Pic by Paulo Di Oliviera/ARDEA/Caters News - (Pictured: Swimming crab, Polybius henslowii, eating the cotton from a used cotton swab that he found floating in mid water. Those crabs swim in pelagic swarms and feed on sardines, squid and other animals.) - S
ID:CON_01527201Referencia Original:CATERS_SEA_LITTER_ARTISTS_IMPRESAutor:PDO-90212010Instrucciones:Available worldwideOrigen:Caters News AgencyCopyright:2018 © PDO-90212010 / Caters News Agency / CONTACTOPie de Imagen:Pic by Paulo Di Oliviera/ARDEA/Caters News - (Pictured: Pacific hermit crab, Coenobita compressus. With a lid of a plastic bottle as shell. The hermit crabs use empty shells to pretect the soft part of the abdomen; to make it inaccessible to predators.) -Shocking images of animals being strangled by discarded nets and gorging on plastic rubbish have been released as a stark warning of the damage caused by human waste.A crab eating a cotton bud, a baby seal choking on a fishing net and a turtle munching on a polystyrene cup all feature in the series of composite pictures created by Paulo de Oliveira. Other images show a whale gorging on plastic bags and a fish eating the remnants of a coffee cup while swimming through a sea of garbage.The 64-year-old from Portugal combined several images to create each disturbing composite picture.The former advertising executive turned professional diver and photographer has created the series as a stark warning of the damage being done to our oceans.SEE CATERS COPY. *** Local Caption *** Pic by Paulo Di Oliviera/ARDEA/Caters News - (Pictured: Pacific hermit crab, Coenobita compressus. With a lid of a plastic bottle as shell. The hermit crabs use empty shells to pretect the soft part of the abdomen; to make it inaccessible to predators.) -S
ID:CON_01527197Referencia Original:CATERS_SEA_LITTER_ARTISTS_IMPRESAutor:PDO-90211902Instrucciones:Available worldwideOrigen:Caters News AgencyCopyright:2018 © PDO-90211902 / Caters News Agency / CONTACTOPie de Imagen:Pic by Paulo Di Oliviera/ARDEA/Caters News - (Pictured: Brown trout, Salmo trutta, entangled with six pack rings. Those set of connected plastic rings are used in beverage multi-packs in particular beer cans. In the rivers and at the sea they produce numerous animal entanglements.) - Shocking images of animals being strangled by discarded nets and gorging on plastic rubbish have been released as a stark warning of the damage caused by human waste.A crab eating a cotton bud, a baby seal choking on a fishing net and a turtle munching on a polystyrene cup all feature in the series of composite pictures created by Paulo de Oliveira. Other images show a whale gorging on plastic bags and a fish eating the remnants of a coffee cup while swimming through a sea of garbage.The 64-year-old from Portugal combined several images to create each disturbing composite picture.The former advertising executive turned professional diver and photographer has created the series as a stark warning of the damage being done to our oceans.SEE CATERS COPY. *** Local Caption *** Pic by Paulo Di Oliviera/ARDEA/Caters News - (Pictured: Brown trout, Salmo trutta, entangled with six pack rings. Those set of connected plastic rings are used in beverage multi-packs in particular beer cans. In the rivers and at the sea they produce numer
ID:CON_01527198Referencia Original:CATERS_SEA_LITTER_ARTISTS_IMPRESAutor:PDO-90212884Instrucciones:Available worldwideOrigen:Caters News AgencyCopyright:2018 © PDO-90212884 / Caters News Agency / CONTACTOPie de Imagen:Pic by Paulo Di Oliviera/ARDEA/Caters News - (Pictured: Young northern fur seal, Callorhinus ursinus, tangled in a nylon rope, and dragging grimly behind her a string of nets, cables, and fishing wires. Is doomed to die of hunger or to infect the wound in the neck. Hundreds of thousands of marine animals.) - Shocking images of animals being strangled by discarded nets and gorging on plastic rubbish have been released as a stark warning of the damage caused by human waste.A crab eating a cotton bud, a baby seal choking on a fishing net and a turtle munching on a polystyrene cup all feature in the series of composite pictures created by Paulo de Oliveira. Other images show a whale gorging on plastic bags and a fish eating the remnants of a coffee cup while swimming through a sea of garbage.The 64-year-old from Portugal combined several images to create each disturbing composite picture.The former advertising executive turned professional diver and photographer has created the series as a stark warning of the damage being done to our oceans.SEE CATERS COPY. *** Local Caption *** Pic by Paulo Di Oliviera/ARDEA/Caters News - (Pictured: Young northern fur seal, Callorhinus ursinus, tangled in a nylon rope, and dragging grimly behind her a string of nets, cables, and fishing wires. Is doomed to die of hunger or to infect the wound in
ID:CON_01527196Referencia Original:CATERS_SEA_LITTER_ARTISTS_IMPRESAutor:PDO-90212901Instrucciones:Available worldwideOrigen:Caters News AgencyCopyright:2018 © PDO-90212901 / Caters News Agency / CONTACTOPie de Imagen:Pic by Paulo Di Oliviera/ARDEA/Caters News - (Pictured: Titan triggerfish, Balistoides viridescens, eating a plastic bottle. Plastic bags and a lot of other plastic garbage drift through oceans driven by wind and ocean currents. And sometimes they pile up in dense dumps in the ocean gyros.) - Shocking images of animals being strangled by discarded nets and gorging on plastic rubbish have been released as a stark warning of the damage caused by human waste.A crab eating a cotton bud, a baby seal choking on a fishing net and a turtle munching on a polystyrene cup all feature in the series of composite pictures created by Paulo de Oliveira. Other images show a whale gorging on plastic bags and a fish eating the remnants of a coffee cup while swimming through a sea of garbage.The 64-year-old from Portugal combined several images to create each disturbing composite picture.The former advertising executive turned professional diver and photographer has created the series as a stark warning of the damage being done to our oceans.SEE CATERS COPY. *** Local Caption *** Pic by Paulo Di Oliviera/ARDEA/Caters News - (Pictured: Titan triggerfish, Balistoides viridescens, eating a plastic bottle. Plastic bags and a lot of other plastic garbage drift through oceans driven by wind and ocean currents. And sometimes they pile up
ID:CON_01527195Referencia Original:CATERS_SEA_LITTER_ARTISTS_IMPRESAutor:PDO-90212885Instrucciones:Available worldwideOrigen:Caters News AgencyCopyright:2018 © PDO-90212885 / Caters News Agency / CONTACTOPie de Imagen:Pic by Paulo Di Oliviera/ARDEA/Caters News - (Pictured: Sea lion, with nylon strings and piece of fishing net wrapped around his neck that caused him a deep wound. Hundreds of thousands of marine animals (fish, reptiles, birds and mammals) die every year in abandoned fishing gear in the ocean.) - Shocking images of animals being strangled by discarded nets and gorging on plastic rubbish have been released as a stark warning of the damage caused by human waste.A crab eating a cotton bud, a baby seal choking on a fishing net and a turtle munching on a polystyrene cup all feature in the series of composite pictures created by Paulo de Oliveira. Other images show a whale gorging on plastic bags and a fish eating the remnants of a coffee cup while swimming through a sea of garbage.The 64-year-old from Portugal combined several images to create each disturbing composite picture.The former advertising executive turned professional diver and photographer has created the series as a stark warning of the damage being done to our oceans.SEE CATERS COPY. *** Local Caption *** Pic by Paulo Di Oliviera/ARDEA/Caters News - (Pictured: Sea lion, with nylon strings and piece of fishing net wrapped around his neck that caused him a deep wound. Hundreds of thousands of marine animals (fish, reptiles, birds and mammals) die every year i